Originally broadcast on: Tuesday 20th April 2021, 16:00 (BST)

AI-led threat analysis – where do your humans fit in?

In this episode of teissTalk we discussed:

  • How utilising AI can and will be realistic for any security team in the move toward machine-led security
  • AI & Data Protection:  The need for explainability and the role of humans in performing ongoing monitoring.
  • Where are the potential risks for organisations who use AI without human intervention in sensitive areas?

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Jenny Radcliffe

Jenny Radcliffe, also known as “The People Hacker,” is a world renowned Social Engineer, hired to bypass security systems through a no-tech mixture of psychology, con-artistry, cunning and guile. 

Jenny is a sought after keynote speaker, panelist and moderator at major conferences and corporate events, both in-person and online,  is a  TEDX contributor and is host of her own multiple award winning podcast series.


Mishu Rahman

Director of Cyber Security
BNP Paribas

As a transformational leader at BNPP, a global financial, Mishu is designing business growth through harmonized IT and IS operations, organizational agility, adaptive policy, aligned budgets, robust GRC, and crucial talent development.

Prior to BNPP, Mishu had the privilege of leading $100M+ digital transformations and securing the world’s biggest and most sensitive data treasure chest as a nonpolitical staffer under two Presidents. Mishu co-managed a $90B/year IT investment (e.g., FinTech, HealthTech) including $9B/year for cyber shaping ROI for 330M Americans as shareholders and delivering a world class digital experience as customers. He understands what’s at stake and cross sector challenges, having managed the data, investment, and policy flow between government and industry. His distinct perspective is drawn from national AI, cyber, and digital strategy driving CX-driven innovative G2B and G2C products and services for 330 million customers across diverse LOBs weaving the fabric of society (U.S. Small Business, Commerce, Treasury, Healthcare), powered by a 3.4M global talent-force and $575B supply chain with operations in 180 countries.

Mishu appreciates that necessary capacity building must sync and follow innovation strategy. He steered the $50B, 15-year shared service initiative, underpinning worldwide modernization (mix of cloud, cybersecurity, network, managed services solutions) projecting $20M/month in savings and enhanced business agility, guiding dozens of Group CIOs and CISOs to align, design, and transition each unique LOB to a secure, future ready tech stack. He did so by balancing risk and opportunity, threading business strategy, bridging the risk-value proposition gap, and influencing LOB C-Suites and Boards.

Before that, Mishu held broad roles through management consulting, technical, and IT leadership across global organizations, delivering business edge by infusing emerging technology and security. His ability to champion uniquely scaled and complex business innovation isn’t newfound. He began his career engineering next-generation secure multi-billion dollar technologies (e.g., space and ground systems) deployed worldwide, partnering with multiple nations.

Mishu has a strong sense of mission and business acumen with outcome accountability. His understanding of geopolitical forces at play behind cyberattacks across sectors, tactical tradecraft from national security, and technical rooting helps him navigate policy, business strategy, and technology immersion tradeoffs. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech.

Reena Shah

Director, Cyber Security Strategy, Culture & Process Optimization
London Stock Exchange Group

Reena is the Director of Cyber Security Strategy, Culture and Service Optimization at London Stock Exchange Group. Alongside raising awareness of cyber risks, Reena is passionate about the broader information security challenges businesses continue to face and excited about building initiatives that have sustainable impact. She’s keen to explore how human behaviour can help to reveal the root causes of cyber-attacks, so that more effective, meaningful and creative solutions can be developed.

Reinhard Hochrieser

VP, Global Product Management

Reinhard is Vice President of Product Management at Jumio, and responsible for the entire product experience, driving innovative ideas and solutions, and leading a global team of product managers. He previously served as Jumio’s director of product management, and has been with the company since 2012. Reinhard has more than a decade of experience in enterprise solutions, and held multiple product and engineering roles at Keba Group, market leader of automation solutions for the banking and postal industries, before joining Jumio. He holds a Master of Science degree and Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from Johannes Kepler University Linz.

Ardie Kleijn

Chief Information Security Officer

Since 1990, Ardie has worked for a variety of organisations as a privacy, security, and business continuity consultant and CISO. From 2013 till January 2021, he was CISO of the Dutch Police. Recently started as the CISO of Transavia. He has worked in a broad field; e.g., water management, energy sector, child protection services, police and justice.

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